Razer launches a new Ouroboros wireless gaming mouse for 2013 (Video)
In need of a new gaming mouse? Well Razer might just have what you’re looking for. The company has just released the latest addition to their line up of elite gaming mice with an all new, wireless Razer Ouroboros Mouse for 2013.
Like its predecessor, the 2013 Razer Ouroboros features a fully ambidextrous design that works equally well for both right and left-handed gamers and customizable ergonomics to fit all hand sizes and grip-styles. In total, the new Razer Ouroboros offers 11 programmable Hypersense buttons, and the included Razer Synapse 2.0 software stores all of your custom settings to the cloud. Gone are the days of having the amount of on-board storage limiting the number of custom profiles you can have. With the Razer Ouroboros and Synapse 2.0, you can have a truly unlimited amount of saved configurations.
The 2013 Razer Ouroboros is equipped with a 8200dpi 4G laser sensor and 1000Hz Ultrapolling / 1ms response time for the most accurate tracking performance possible and is powered by a single AA battery. The new Razer Ouroboros comes with one rechargeable NiMH AA battery in the box, which should provide up to 12 hours of continuous game time. When it is time to recharge, the mouse can be plugged into a USB port with the included cord, or placed on its dock. Also, because the mouse uses a traditional AA battery, you can always plop in any ordinary battery that you might have laying around the house.
The all new, 2013 Razer Ouroboros wireless gaming mouse will work with both PC and Mac computers and is available for purchase from Razer’s website at a retail price of $150.